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Plaza de España - La Flecha
Spain

The main square & the town hall of La Flecha (Valladolid, Spain) at sunset just after the rain.

Copyright: David cardeñosa
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Uploaded: 17/03/2012
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Tags: town hall; square; sunset; valladolid; la flecha; spain
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